/exhibition architecture/curators Mária Janušová, Erik Vilím/visual identity Pinchof/Jozef Kollár Gallery, Banská Štiavnica/2018
Architecture of the XII. Triennale of Small Object and Drawings, focused on the object-oriented ontology, plays with the least attractive and at the same time the largest object inside the exhibition space - faded heavy-duty carpet. It is transformed from the only superficial covering of gallery floors into space-making element, which correlates with different levels of exhibition rooms and plinths and creates a new topography undulated similar to the landscape of Banská Štiavnica. Besides the landscape of carpet is topological, it keeps a geometrical continuity of the original floor plan. Its folds partially uncover floor screeds and partially recycle or cover useless exhibition elements. A visitor-wayfarer discovers art pieces situated in this landscape, (s)he can walk through or have a rest within for a while.